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HTHGS: Adult male circumcision (written by Susan Kellogg-Spadt CRNP, PhD (c) )

Ask Susan,

I have questions about adult circumcisions. I'm at the point where the foreskin won't retract. I need to know first, what kind of doctor to contact, and what to look for. That alone will help me get started. 

Second, if you have time, I'm curious about risks, pain, healing time, and if it could be done quickly without downtime from work ect. Thanks in advance, SB

 Dear SB, 
he correct medical professional to contact is a urologist. Probably  best that they answer your further questions after a brief examination. This tip was originally written by Susan Kellogg-Spadt CRNP, PhD (c)

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